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Money Saving Lemon Chiffon Cake


Saving money doesn't mean cutting out yummy desserts. There are lots of delicious dessert recipes that are simple and inexpensive to make for special occasions (or just whenever!)


Lemon Chiffon Dessert

1 package white angel food cake mix
2 cups boiling water
1 package lemon flavor jello
1 6 ounce can of frozen lemonade
1 1/2 cups whipping cream

Make angel food cake as directed on box.

Pour boiling water into jello mix, and stir well. Refrigerate about 10-15 minutes or until mix is thickened but not set.

Mix cold water with lemonade concentrate to make 2 cups.

Add this mixture to the jello mixture and blend until frothy.

Beat the whipped cream until firm, then add to jello mixture.

Divide cake into small pieces, about 1 inch each piece, and fold into jello mixture as well.

When all cake pieces are in the mixture, pour the mixture into a baking dish (ungreased)

Cover and refrigerate about 4 hours. Cut cake into squares, serve and enjoy!!

Comments

~JarieLyn~ said…
This sounds yummy. What a great summer recipe. I think I'll try it this weekend. Thanks for the recipe and all you tips on your blog. It's very good information, especially for people who don't think about the little things.
~JarieLyn~ said…
I made your cake recipe yesterday. It tastes really good, but I was a little confused when following the directions. I wasn't sure what size jello to use because it comes in 3 oz. and 6 oz. I used two 3 oz. packages. and then the lemonade directions were a little confusing also. I used 3 tablespoons of the frozen lemonade to make two cups. Not sue what I was supposed to do there. But even if I didn't make it properly, it was still delicious.

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